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Taiwan's MFIG buys 130,000 tonnes corn in tender HAMBURG: Taiwan's MFIG purchasing group bought 130,000 tonnes of yellow corn to be sourced from Brazil in a tender that closed on Thursday, European traders said on Friday.The corn was purchased in two 65,000 tonne consignments, the traders said.One consignment was purchased from Mitsui for July 5-24 shipment at a premium of 129 US cents a bushel c&f over the Chicago September corn contract, they said.The other consignment was purchased from Cargill at 125.40 cents over the Chicago September contract for July 20 to Aug. 8 shipment.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

Malaysia's May 1-15 palm oil exports up 54pc KUALA LUMPUR: Exports of Malaysian palm oil products for May 1-15 rose 54 percent to 737,308 tonnes, from 477,295 tonnes shipped during April 1-15, cargo surveyor Intertek Testing Services said on Friday.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
CBOT soybeans to retest resistance at $9.61-1/4 SINGAPORE: CBOT soybeans July contract could have temporarily bottomed around a support at $9.56-3/4 per bushel and may retest a resistance at $9.61-1/4.The support and the resistance are identified respectively as the 100 percent and the 86.4 percent Fibonacci projection levels of a presumed wave c, the third wave of a three-wave cycle that developed from the April 30 high of $9.95.The contract has managed to stabilize around the support, indicating a dissipation of the ...
Iron ore cuts weekly gain as Chinese buying stalls SINGAPORE: Spot iron ore prices are set to pare weekly gains after the commodity came off a 10-week high as Chinese buying interest stalled following a recent restocking binge.Australian miner Atlas Iron said on Friday it will resume full mining operations, given the recent rebound in iron ore prices to above $60 a tonne, potentially adding to a glut that has caused prices of the raw material to shed more than 50 percent from the ...
Philippines may boost rice imports as production falls MANILA: The Philippines is set to consider importing more rice after revising down its estimate of first-half domestic production and faced with further dry weather from expected El Nino conditions later in the year.The Philippines is one of the world's biggest rice importers and additional purchases could help support rice export prices in Asia, which have fallen amid weak demand.Domestic production of unmilled rice is expected at 8.27 million tonnes in the first half, the ...
Corn at one-week low on rapid US planting progress SINGAPORE/PARIS: Chicago corn slid for a second session to its lowest level in a week on Tuesday as planting made rapid progress across the US Midwest and concerns over bird flu curbed demand.Wheat and soybeans were slightly lower on ample world supply.Chicago Board of Trade July corn was 0.6 percent lower at $3.58-1/2 a bushel by 1200 GMT, after falling to $3.58, a low since May 5. The grain closed down 0.7 percent the day ...
Palm inches up on surge in exports, but higher stocks cap gains KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Monday on a surge in demand in the first 10 days of the month and as the ringgit weakened, but gains were capped by industry data showing stocks in the world's No.2 producer have swelled to a five-month high.Cargo surveyor Intertek Testing Services reported that exports of Malaysian palm oil products for May 1-10 rose 41.3 percent from the same period in April to 458,677 tonnes as ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.894 bln
Exports $1.953 bln
Imports $3.847 bln
WeeklyJuly 06, 2015
Reserves $18.201 bln